NBC Sports is hoping to administer a shot of adrenaline to its low-rated Arena Football League games by scheduling the network-TV premiere of the 2½-minute "Matrix: Reloaded" trailer during the…
Key unanswered questions about digital cinema as a way to both capture and project movies likely mean that film will remain Hollywood's preferred way to make a movie for some time to come…
Undaunted by the focus on the war against Iraq, the key GOP backer of federal anti-runaway-production legislation has pledged to keep pushing a tax credit bill aimed at productions under $10 million.
A fizzler at home and in Europe, "The Core" showed more spark in Asia over the weekend, dueling in some markets with "Tears of the Sun."
Elijah Wood will voice the lead character of Mumble the penguin in Warner Bros./Village Roadshow Pictures' upcoming animated pic "Happy Feet" (aka "The Kingdom").
"XXX" director Rob Cohen and Distant Horizon will make the Japanese anime "Kite" take flight as a live-action feature.
Paramount has signed a deal with In Demand that will funnel the studio's current movies and some of its library titles to the video-on-demand giant.
Scribe Jeff Lowell has sold an untitled spec to Warner Bros. Pictures for low- against mid-six figures.
Seth Green has signed to star opposite Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr., Matthew Lillard and Linda Cardellini in Warner Bros.' "Scooby-Doo" sequel for helmer Raja Gosnell.
New Line Cinema has paid mid-six figures to acquire pitch "The Wedding Crashers" from scribes Steve Faber and Bob Fisher.